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Boat inspection stations open around Oregon

Vehicles hauling boats must stop for free inspection


April 26, 2018

ODFW aquatic invasive technicians decontaminate a pontoon boat at the owner's residence. 

Boating season is starting and people hauling both motorized and non-motorized boats must stop at watercraft inspection stations opening around Oregon next week. Look for large, orange "Boat Inspection Ahead" signs followed by "Inspection Required for All Watercraft" alerts for motorists.

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife inspection stations in Ashland and Ontario are now open year-round. Stations open today in Brookings, Klamath Falls and Umatilla, while stations in Lakeview and Burns open in May. Although Lakeview and Burns are not expected to be busy stations, they have an important...

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